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Margaret Douglas Vaughan

Margaret Douglas Vaughan, American mental health nurse. Registered Nurse, Virginia; certified in gerontological nursing, nursing administration advanced. Member American Nurses Association, Virginia Organization Nurse Executives (committee chair scholarship program since 1980).

Background

Vaughan, Margaret Douglas was born on February 4, 1940 in Danville, Virginia, United States. Daughter of Edgar S. and Ruby (Luther) Douglas.

Education

Bachelor of science in nursing, Medical College Virginia, Richmond, 1962. MSN, Boston University, 1965.

Career

Associate director nursing Medical College Virginia Hospitals, Richmond, 1968. Nursing instructor John Tyler Community College, Chester, Virginia, 1968-1970. Nursing supervisor evenings Chippenham Hospital, Richmond, 1974-1976.

Director of Nursing Piedmont Geriatric Hospital, Burkeville, Virginia, since 1976. Director of Nursing Conference Group, Virginia Department of Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services, since 1977. Clinical faculty School Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth U.-Medical College Virginia, Richmond, University Virginia, Charlottesville.

Membership

Member American Nurses Association, Virginia Organization Nurse Executives (committee chair scholarship program since 1980).

Connections

Married James Thomas Vaughan, September 11, 1965. Children: Russell Hugh, Lee Douglas.